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neighborhoods, basically unregulated rent and noise. so with that let's go to the overhead angle back to our global birds' nest village; it's going to be in stockton street. the inspiration for that is like an tower, why not? we have four hours that we want to build, an imminent domain, very doable. what you won't see in the environmental impact reports, where the noise is going. where the noise is going, you have ventilation systems, this is going to be the end, dumped off the side, over here you will have ventilation for automobiles, the garage, and then, with 12 seconds left you also have environmental impact report of what happens when just got an emergency generator and those are emergency generators and those are all noise, and unregulated. thank you for your time. >> president chiu: thank you . next speaker. >> good afternoon supervisors. my name is thomas -- i am a resident in the dolores park, it is in general regarding all of san francisco anything it bears repetition to say this is a world-class city, the most liberal city in the united states, perhaps the most liberal city in th
unregulated taxi-like startups are taking off. ktvu's sal castanedo joins us live with the results of a new study on this situation. good afternoon, sal. >> reporter: good afternoon, tori. if you live and work in san francisco, it's no fresh idea that a lot of people say they need more cabs. well, san francisco, the city of, is trying to make that happen. getting a cab in san francisco can be tough. >> it's really tough on a friday night or a thursday night if you are anywhere downtown or at a busy street. you will see 20 cabs go by you. >> reporter: a new report commissioned by the san francisco municipal transportation agency recommends adding as many as 600 to 800 new cabs within the next few years to fill a growing need. the findings confirm what many suspected. there are not enough cabs in the city. >> a lot of it is about bringing back or increasing people's confidence in the taxi system so they know they will be able to get a taxi when they need one, that they only have to call one to get one. then don't call three and they take the first one. >> reporter: the mta director says in ad
operating now. cab drivers say it's not a good time to add more because of unregulated cabs are eating into their business. unregulated cabs are a symptom of an unfulfilled need. >> they're picking up the slack. that shows you that people needs rides. >> reporter: if the board approves the more new cabs you could start seeing them later this year. >>> freeway is going to cost a lot of drivers some money. a lot of cars had flat hairs on 80. the highway patrol said it was probably a pipe or metal. they don't know where it came from. the incident started at about 6:00 this morning. the roadway was clear by 7:00. >>> the city of san jose wants help naming falcons that hatched on city hole. young people between the age of 5 and 18 who live or go to school in san jose are invited to enter the contest. a similar contest last year named four others others, hope, thunder, cobalt and horatio. >>> it's official. the blue angels will no
unlawfully, unregulated, unlicensed. and for the mayor to do that i mean it seems disgrace full to me. those companies are providing uncontrolled competition. their numbers are growing day by day and the direction that is solution is taking of putting out more taxis to meet more of their vehicles to take back taxi share from us. i don't think that's going to work. there's a very influential article that goes back a few decades called the tragedy of the common sense where, you know, the farmers use a common area to grace their cattle and, you know, farmers this farmer puts another cow an and another farmer puts a cow on it and pretty soon that's their individual benefit to do it but the cows are staffing. we in this situation are the cows senator something has to be done >> (calling names). >> at the april 6th accounting vote of this task force the vote was to find a violation of the speaking times 5 to 4, however, one member of the task force does not show so it failed for the affirm active vote of the members of the sunshine task force. i'm moving for reconsideration and we'll keep you po
a service that no other unregulated service will map for to us keep in mind. these drivers go above and beyond the call of duty everyday. they do amazing work and it's for the most part without a spotlight and without any recognition. they do it because they care about the people they serve. there is 4 of them. i'm going to give a brief snapshot of each and we have a little multimedia presentation. the first is -- an bailey, she drivers seniors to golden gate park so they can participate in a gardening program. one of her riders quoted an angel with wings on a sidewalk for picking her up after an all day hospital procedure and she arrived and on time to make sure this rider got off safely. george, has customers he is pro you had to take to work every week and works with people and george has been driving a ramp taxi since the beginning of the program and one of the customers has been driving with him with a pager and contacted passengers. fred line, out of the most transit service in the san francisco taxi, he has many regular riders. he called fred when his mother was in the hospi
. cab drivers say it's not a good time to add more because of unregulated cabs are eating into their business. unregulated cabs are a symptom of an unfulfilled need. >> they're picking up the slack. that shows you that people needs rides. >> reporter: if the board approves the more new cabs you could start seeing them later this year. >>> freeway is going to cost a lot of drivers some money. a lot of cars had flat hairs on 80. the highway patrol said it was probably a pipe or metal. they don't know where it came from. the incident started at about 6:00 this morning. the roadway was clear by 7:00. >>> the city of san jose wants help naming falcons that hatched on city hole. young people between the age of 5 and 18 who live or go to school in san jose are invited to enter the contest. a similar contest last year named four others others, hope, thunder, cobalt and horatio. >>> it's official. the blue angels will not fly over san francisco this year. will fleet week survive? that's the question. >>
more cabs on top of 200 already approved. operators complained they are losing business to unregulated ride share companies but at san francisco international airport officials are telling the ride shares to "hit the road" for now. >> next, neighbors at an east bay community have a new crime-fighting crime if police do not catch you, the camera will. >> exploring the wonders of the new exploritorium, a look at a major new points that -- that mixes science and arts. >> is microsoft ready to unveil the next generation xbox? the new system will require a constant intent connection and cost $500. >> the htc1, a new droid smartphone features a 4.7" screen and 5 mega pixel camera. the phone offers a lot but will it compete with the upcoming samsung galaxy s4? >> wait. this is a great phone. you will not regret buying it but you should get a comparison between the two hottest droid phones. >> it will retail for $200 with a two-year >> san rafael, south bay, pleasanton and all the bay area, this is abc7 news. >> we have a quieter morning this tuesday. here is a live look at downtown san franci
in the minutes of skywriting cases of autism, and asthma, sbr chrome contains unregulated harmful chemicals, many found on the prop 65 list of cancer-causing materials .today to make more of the synthetic products are scheduled in san francisco. despite my ineptitude, and must continue to speak out for the children. it is not too late to do what i think would be a courageous act and deeply reconsider the installation of sbr chrome and involve pediatric medicine regarding the key relative exposure to carcinogens which is lacking today. the use of this material is currently being challenged . in the california supreme court last month two fundamental supports are being challenged in washington dc; when you choose to recognize the toxicity of this material you can simply remove it; what cannot be done is to extract the metals, chemicals and carcinogens from the bodies and nervous systems of the children were being exposed yesterday, today and tomorrow. >> president chiu, can you hear me? >> yes we can. >> my name is j kennedy. i come today in this time of budgetary planning to commend you for your
by -- >> deadly smog, piles of burning garbage, unregulated industrial pollution, toxic insecticides. everyday, barely-treated sewage spews into the waterways. it's a world with no recycling, no clean air act, no clean water act, no endangered species act. there is little protected open space and no rapid transit system. 65 days a year the air quality is so poor, it's deemed dangerous to human health. this is the bay area in 1969. today we live in a very different california. join us for this half-hour quest special and meet some of the
to vomit after what had happened today. >> stephen: i don't understand. how did this unregulated imaginary currency invented by an anonymous hacker and backed by the full faith and credit of you-tube comments ever go wrong? here to tell me, please welcome one of the hosts of n.p.r.'s planet money, adam davidson. adam thank you so much for being here. all right. okay. adam, so what caused this crash, okay? was there a bit-coin bubble? >> which crash and which bubble stephen: the crash that just happened this past week where it was at $266 and went down to $56 or something. >> it went up to 100 and down to 60 and down to 95 just today. >> stephen: at this moment do i buy or sell bit-coin, this second? >> never buy bit-coin would be my advice >> stephen: it's a hot new thing. yp shouldn't i buy the thing that is sometimes worth something? >> if you do have money that you have no need to use ever again in your life and you want to see what happens with it, that's a reasonable investment but there's absolutely no way to know what it's going to be worth in five minutes let alone five years. >> s
, this is a predictable climate. what he means it's an unregulate unregulated climate. >> john: getting the governments off our backs. >> this is what happened. from 2008 to 2011 more than 1800 worker deaths in texas. in california it was 1500. california has 40% more population. we need regulation to save lives, not self-reporting. and yet overall it's not only a problem. west texas this is a problem all over the united states with the cutbacks that we see, and unfortunately we see it also under the obama administration. we have something like 2200 osha inspectors for the entire country. if you were going to inspect every plant it would take 129 years for each plant to be inspected. that's not acceptable. >> john: is that the reason why they got away with it? i appreciate this is the defining argument of our times. are you going to have government oversight or are you going to allow the free market to take care of themselves. why do you think they were able to get away from inspections for so long. >> when we cover the facts on the ground, and we give names and faces to stories like this. this is not
and disgusting that the unregulated gun industry can literally buy congress and intimidate democrats and own republicans so that a background check for criminals is considered a hard vote. and the ammunition clips greater than ten rounds? that's the common denominator in every mass shooting. we give police officers 13 to 17 rounds. duck hunters are limit to three rounds to protect ducks. and congress is saying that it is okay for 30 and 100 round clips to kill people? we don't need to be arming schools. we need common sense requiring accountability on the part of everybody to underago back ground check and give police the resources and school districts the resources to do what they want. but there were two armed guards at columbine high school, outgunned by teenagers with assault weapons. >> and you brought that up. we brought that up on the show before. chip, i'll give you an opportunity. i'll bring everyone else in. but there were armed guards at columbine on break. and i'll bring it to the texas d.a. we're still working to get details but we know that d.a. walked his dog with a gun. and t
viewers like you. thank you. >> be more. >> deadly smog, piles of burning garbage, unregulated industrial pollution, toxic insecticides. everyday, barely-treated sewage spews into the waterways. it's a world with no recycling, no clean air act, no clean water act, no endangered species act. there is little protected open space and no rapid transit system. 65 days a year the air quality is so poor, it's deemed dangerous to human health. this is the bay area in 1969.
business to unregulated rideshare companies. >> piedmont has a plan to report the license plate number of any vehicle that enters the city as a way of fighting crime. city leaders say they have seen a rise in burglaries and thefts and they think the criminals could be coming from oakland which sounds piedmont. under the proposal the city would set up 12 licensed plate reading cameras on major roads in the city recording plate numbers that the city stores for a year. >> it is a way to be able to tell if a stolen vehicle comes to town, a registered owner who is wants, possibly a sex offender. it is a good deal for investigations on the back end if you have a burglary or other crime in your city. >> one area installed six cameras and the leaders say crime is down 30 percent. critics say they have privacy concerns about cameras. >> the most iconic educational science museums is about to welcome back the public at the new location. the exploritorium is putting the finishing touches on the new home on the embarcardero in san francisco. it will feature a lot of new fun hands on exhibits. one
business to unregulated rideshare companies but at the international airport they are telling the rideshares to "hit the road" in regulations are put if place. >> ahead, the little known part of president obama's new health care law and the impact on mothers who breast feed. >> trading is underway on wall street, and the big board shows the dow is up slightly at 15 points. we will go to jane king at the stock exchange. >> twitter hashtag that had >> santa rosa, berkeley, san jose, and all bay area, this is abc7 news. >> 6:45, you know what time that is. >> checking with josh to find out what is coming up on "good morning america" in 15 minutes. long time no see. >> good morning, great to be with you. you know being a sports fan on the east coast is punishing because you stay up and watch a basketball game to the end it starts at 9:45 at night...congratulations to louisville cardinals but can we tip that earlier? how do they do it in i don't know. i have never been happier to be from california than watching sports. enough of that. we have a lot to get to people including the p
totally unregulated never made much sense to me. in terms of innovating that, when a lot of states have not approached this problem through that kind of angle, did you find you had unusual allies or enemies you didn't expect to find in discussing doing something new like that in your state? >> what's interesting about connecticut is we're doing it on a bipartisan basis. we had stalled for a while. that's why i put my plan out, as you've referenced just a moment ago, that the house and senate had bipartisan commission that really could not come to conclusion about what to do on the gun safety issue. i had heard that, they hasn't issued the report, but i knew it was coming, so i put out my five points. and then i went on the road. i've done town hall meetings across the speak about this. quite frankly, most of what i was hearing are gun owners being mad at me or with me, but the reality is these proposals are advanced and supported by the vast majority of the people in connecticut. we're going to have universal backgrounds for all guns, not just handguns, but for all guns. we're going to
other kind of purchase that is currently unregulated. so all this is aimed at is trying to save lives and prevent crimes. and once the country is mobilized, and once the issue is joined, i think we will learn that the nra is a paper tiger in many areas. like any bully, must be confronted and beaten. >> so everybody in washington, d.c. might agree with you about the paper tiger thing. yet they still cow tow. >> of what the nra provides. we hear from rachel, i want to play this for everybody. senator blumenthal on jansing and company talking about wlaes hopeful to see. it could be a long shot to get something done on the assault weapons ban. take a listen. >> i believe that we'll have a bill that bans illegal trafficking and straw purchases, strengthens school security, provides for background checks to all firearms purchases, that we'll have votes as well on the assault weapon ban. >> rachel, break that down for us. is there really a possibility that they could get a vote, that it could move all the way to a vote? it doesn't seem as if the assault weapons ban has the life to truly even
: lori rothman, thanks so much. you have heard of bit coin. unregulated digital currency came back in 2009. a lot of people bought illegal stuff with it you can't trace it now you can get anything with it sold for 9 bucks each. speculators drove it way up. now the news today. there has been something of a meltdown on bit coin. exchange it dropped 60% in one day. now it's halting trading to let everybody cool off. this actually started yesterday. bit coin hit all-time high of 266 bucks. and then it dropped to just over 100 bucks. bubble? maybe. ponzi? not technically. but a risky investment, no doubt. any questions? ask a teenager. it seems jodi arias has arranged to tweet from jail. now a friend is explaining how jodi arias the one on trial for shooting -- stabbing her boyfriend 27 times though she doesn't remember that and shooting him and slitting his throat has managed to bring they're own brand of philosophy to the interwebs. one tweet on her page quotes the author joseph conrad nothing lays itself open to the charge of exaggeration more than the language of the naked truth. so
you can't sue the gun industry, and the gun industry is uniquely unregulated. so the bushmaster and the smith and westons and the server capitalists, they fund the nra, the nra does everything they say they should do and as a result our u.s. senate can't even take a vote in support of uniform background checks for criminals. i mean this is so outrageous. what they basically did is say that we're limiting the bill to background checks at gun shows and on the internet, but in 33 states, prove gun dealers can sell guns undetected to criminals, and that's legal. and they couldn't even pass that legislation. so we need to win back our democracy, which is outrageously destroyed by special there's money and we saw first hand what congress is willing do. they're willing to continue to take nra and gun industry blood money and ignore the fact that 87% of americans die from guns every day. this bill was willfully lacking. it didn't even include a magazine limitation on the number of rounds and it didn't include military style weapons or safe storage. it didn't do anything to stop the next
curlture and how much it's a new media and the past ten or twenty years is unregulated. it's wild rest. it's become less like that? >> it's interesting. , i mean, i have all felt like we are in danger of folding the digital media environment to the industrial age. that's been the main thing i have been kicking and screaming about since 1998. why futurist suck. and the thing i gotten mad about is the thing was here. it was 2002 reality hackers person. i thought here we got the technology. digital means we make the world and then i saw everyone talking about this is coming. the tsunami is coming and going to change the business and go this. invest in that. it can keep grows. and on the say day jerry garcia died it went public. i thought i wonder if the potential i'm saying -- seeing far new digital media environment will be subsumed. ty may well be. i believe if it's. most will die. i really believe that. i think we reached the limit of that way of doing things. i'm trying to create the most appetizing ways of of describing what it might be like to have a steady state sustainable approach to
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have been able to bully everybody else into going along with their vision of a lrjly unregulated firearms marketplace. but then there was the shooting of then congresswoman gabrielle giffords and 19 others in tucson which left six of those victims dead, including a 9-year-old girl. and the mass shooting in the aurora, colorado, movie theater that killed 12 and wounded 58 others. and then the straw that broke the camel's back, the shooting at sandy hook elementary school. the open question after that was would the sheer horror of that event and the images of these dead children shake up something about the political status quo that had previously benefitted the small and intense and well organized anti-gun regulation group? when legislation expanding background checks crafted with nra consultation by a bipartisan coalition of senators went down under the weight of a filibuster, it would not have been crazy to conclude at that point that the answer was sadly no. the politics on the issue were set and a single tragedy or even a series of monstrous tragedies no matter how awful would
you have a completely unregulated abortion industry, allowed to have their own oversight over themselves. >> brown: that trial has gotten a lot of attention. >> i'm outraged. and i've been out in front saying i'm outrage since i took this position. i think it's critically important because it is exactly the arbitrary restrictions, the lack of funding available for women, who need safe medical care that have driven these vulnerable women into clutches of him. i get up and go to work every single day to prevent women from victimized by the likes of kermit goznel. what we have is not the-- what he was doing was illegal in all 50 states, by federal law and it is people like the extremists who are putting roadblock and roadblock driving reputable doctors out of business and driving women to the kermit goz does nels. >> brown: looking at the states again, i want you to respond on the state issue, the trial aside, give me an example of what you see happening in the state that you find egregious. >> well, i mean where to start, right. south carolina. we're not talking about regulation
with the florida seminoles in the florida seminoles were first to come up with unregulated indian gaming and what that meant was that as other tribes saw them particularly the antigua of connecticut they travel to florida to see and to watch and learn from the seminoles how did you guys do that in starting the indian gaming operation which was legal at the time. they took these ideas and suggestions back to connecticut and they came to recognize the tribe and obtained trust land which was the former reservation put into trust status and then began to build gaming operations which has since developed into the largest gaming operation in the entire world. so from that we have other tribes imitating and using the example of the florida seminoles and the antigua's and the foxwoods and you have something like you see behind me right here as a tribal casino. the interesting part of this in building the indian nations is most tribes who entered into the gaming operations did not succeed. in fact about 20% of those who would go into the indian gaming operations actually of that 20% not that many but seve
and unregulating, deregulating financial markets. and it was based on her view that she did not believe in a cohesive community society, if you like, and she once said there is no such thing as society. there are individual men and women and their families. and that was her sailant view. but actually, during the 1980s, there were the miner strikes and the rioting that went -- she attempted and is successfully disbanded the mining unions and denationalizing the mining industry. then there were huge race riots throughout britain, through a heavy form of policing that appeared to target urban communities, one of which i lived in. so it was a period of eminence conflict domestically and apparent success in terms of foreign affairs. >> 1979, we'll listen to a little bit of sound from margaret thatcher. take a lisp. >> where there is discourse, may we bring harmony. where there is error, may we bring truth. where there is doubt, may we bring faith. and where there is despair, may we bring hope. >> so margaret thatcher in the 1970s, through the 1980s, many quotes that we can pull from that she
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